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FL Construction Lien Law

Full Statute: The Florida Construction Lien Law (Florida Statute 713)



The Construction Lien Law in Florida that states that those who work or provide materials for your property and are not paid in full may have a right to enforce their claim for payment against your property. This claim is known as the Construction Lien.

If your contractor fails to pay subcontractors or material suppliers, the people who are owed money may look to your property for payment, even if you have paid your contractor in full. This means that if a lien is filed against your property, your property could be sold against your will to pay for labor, materials, or other services which your contractor may have failed to pay.

This document provides information regarding Florida Statute 713, Part 1, as it pertains to home construction and remodeling, and provides tips on how you can avoid construction liens on your property.


Copy of FL Construction Lien Law (1)